Peter Drucker is credited with having said, “culture eats strategy for breakfast.” This durable quote means, of course, that no matter how elegant your plans, they will fail if the collectively team attitude is not affirming. Here is something else “culture” eats: by-laws. If you find yourself spending huge chunks of time with a governing…Details
March 8, 2023
This program, brought to you by Chad Jolly, partner at Gonser Gerber, focuses on the critical ingredients to address during the pre-planning stage of a comprehensive campaign which will help leaders avoid the common obstacles encountered during the campaign.
February 16, 2023
In this Gonser Gerber Institute webinar, this webinar will dive into the ways that a secondary school can maintain strong relationships with it’s alumni through the years.
We are seeking an Administrative And Marketing Assistant to join our team! In this important role, you will perform clerical and administrative duties that drive company success. Apply Now! Responsibilities: Provide direct administrative support for two-to-three assigned consultants. Compile data and draft reports for studies, audits, and other relevant client reports. Assist and drafting and…Details
It was second weekend of March 2020, and the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the western world. PreK-12 schools flipped almost completely during this weekend from in-person instruction and activities to virtual. Restaurants, bars, and other public spaces closed. Airline travel basically disappeared. Business offices and workplaces shut down and “#WFH” became a reality for hundreds…Details
Welcome to 2023! You made it. In fact, you probably more than “made it.” You probably finished 2022 with more gift income than in calendar year 2021. You probably achieved some important campaign goals in 2022. You probably succeeded in a whole number of important advancement and development ways. And, you probably are tired. Maybe…Details
A math student takes an exam and ends up with the right answer to a particular problem. However, the professor notices that the student made a small mistake in his calculations to solve the problem. Regardless of the student’s natural aptitude toward math, will the professor be more or less forgiving of the miscalculation if…Details